Hey! How'd you find me? Well now that you did, have a look around at what I do. This page has been known to go for a year at a time without updating, so beware.
My main focus with Arch Linux has been pacman development. It is how I got my foot into devland and how I plan on staying there. If you wish to contact me or the other pacman developers (Xavier, Aaron and I are the full-timers), send us an email on the pacman-dev mailing list.
- Backend work- code cleanups, refactorings, efficiency updates, dynamic memory allocation.
- Improved cross-platform support- should compile on everything from Linux to Cygwin to Darwin. And we had it working on BSD at one point too, but I don't have a machine to constantly test this on.
- Thoughts for a revised libalpm interface.
Other Arch Tools
Once we have an Arch Projects interface, I intend to take a look at most of the available tools out there and get them into the system so they can be actively developed. These tools include but are not limited to:
I have done some random work with the Wiki. neotuli did a nice job with the new look, so I started contributing after that. If you see something that needs changing on a locked page, let me know on my user talk page.
Clean up Wiki Templates
I've made templates such as Template:Progressbar, and added images to some of the other banner templates, such as in Template:Translateme. I'd like to make the look of the banners a bit more unified by using icons from the Tango Project.
- A page showing most of the wiki templates
This is a work under construction
Feel free to leave comments on my user talk page and I'll eventually read and respond to it.
IRC: toofishes on irc.freenode.net (#archlinux and #archlinux-pacman)
See the developers page for any other information you'll need on me and the other developers.